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Re: 1851 Derby Lookup - Bassano families
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 11 June 05 20:39 BST (UK) »
Hello again Gaye,

     Sterling work Gary!!!

Have finished trawling through the Derby City census returns for 1841 and here's what I've found -

1841

34, Willow rd, St Alkmund, Derby

Thomas Bassano   40   Framework Knitter   born in county - yes
Ann Bassano        40                                                     yes

                                           (HO107/ 199/ 2/ 5)
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4, Darley Lane, St. Alkmund, Derby

John Bassano     47     Shopkeeper          yes
Esther Bassano  54                                no

                                          (HO107/ 199/ 4/ 25)
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19, Nottingham Rd, St. Alkmund, Derby

Mark? Bassano       74    Grocer             No
Elizabeth Bassano   70                         yes
Marth Bassano       27    Dressmaker      yes

                                         (HO107/ 199/ 5/ 10)
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Upper Brook St, St. Alkmund, Derby

Francis Bassano     23    Housepainter     yes
Mary Bassano        25                           yes
Harriett Bassano     4                            yes
George Bassano     6m                          yes

                                        (HO107/ 199/ 1/ 11)
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The family George, Jane, Juliah & Thomas from reg district 2143 (above) I have located in St. Werburgh but their surname is "Bassendine", and they are also listed under this surname in 1861.  This leads me to presume that their name has been mis-transcribed on the 1851 name index CD.   :-\

Regards
Sue    :)
 

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Wilson - Coleorton Leicesershire/ Swadlincote Derbyshire.
Bundy - Ross Herefordshire/ Birmingham
Dugdale - Isle of Man

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Re: 1851 Derby Lookup - Bassano families
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 11 June 05 20:53 BST (UK) »
Gary and Sue  :-*
absolutely fantastic - I am indebted to you!

Makes my tree so much fuller with this information
and you get more sideline detail from Census (with
relatives visiting etc) - I am so appreciative.

The BASSANO name is so often erroneously transcribed
in the latter Census - I needed to think beyond the square
to find them - variously, Bassane, Bossana, Bassans, Bassens,
hence I liked to read the actual digitals for myself...

 ;D  many many thanks!

Bassano: (ALL areas)
Drake: London, Essex, Kent
Hawkins: Shoreditch, Hackney, Essex
Meaney: Co Cork - London
Morrison: Scotland-Canada-New Zealand

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Re: 1851 Derby Lookup - Bassano families
« Reply #11 on: Saturday 11 June 05 20:58 BST (UK) »
Hi Bagpuss
                i thing you are right on the Bassendean on the 1841 census, i could only find that name in the 2143 piece on the 1851, and came across it much later on too
Gary
Betts - Derby/Hadleigh, Suffolk
Caudwell - Dbys/ Teversall, Notts
Hanson/ Henson - Alvaston/ Melbourne Dbys, Burton on Trent, Staffs
Eastham/Edge - Chorley, Lancs
Roome - Riddings, Dbys
Barber - Melbourne/ Kings Newton, Dbys
Gadsby - Breedon on the Hill, Lei
Powdrill - Breedon on theHill, Lei
Hopkinson - Shirland/Brackenfield, Dbys
Hunt/Wood/Oldfield - Sth Wingfield, Dbys
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Morton - Derby
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Re: 1851 Derby Lookup - Bassano families
« Reply #12 on: Sunday 11 November 18 13:43 GMT (UK) »
Gaye

I have only just joined this today and may be responding to a very old post by yourself however ..

On the 1841 Derby Census Thomas Bassano  of Willow Road St Alkmund (Derby) is married to Ann whose father was William Pedley who is in the house with them during the census.  His son and Ann's younger brother was Richard Pedley who was one of my Great, Great, Great Grandfather on my mother's side.

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Re: 1851 Derby Lookup - Bassano families
« Reply #13 on: Sunday 11 November 18 20:25 GMT (UK) »
Hello David

Always welcome additional information even if from an old post - thank you.
I'd appreciate more info on the Pedley side and anything on the descendants of Thomas & Ann(e)

I have this on my tree  :

Anne and Milicent Pedley daughters of William and Mary
Anne christened 22 October 1799 St Peter, Derby

Marriage of Thomas Bassano and Anne Pedley 14 Jun 1838 St Alkmunds Derby
Thomas Bassano of this Parish, bachelor
and
Anne Pedley of this Parish, spinster
were married in this Church by banns
this fourteenth day of June in the Year 1828
Witnesses: Millicent Pedley, James Bassano
all parties signed the register,

1841 CENSUS
34 Willow Row Derby
HO107/ 199/ 2/ 5/ p3
Thomas Bassano aged 40, Silk Weaver, b.Derby
Ann, aged 40 b.Derby
William Pedley age 69 b.Derby

Best regards
GAYE STRAND

Bassano: (ALL areas)
Drake: London, Essex, Kent
Hawkins: Shoreditch, Hackney, Essex
Meaney: Co Cork - London
Morrison: Scotland-Canada-New Zealand

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Re: 1851 Derby Lookup - Bassano families
« Reply #14 on: Sunday 11 November 18 21:16 GMT (UK) »
Gaye

I'll do a longer reply although don't have much ! 

Just checking that you have the very nice digital image of the 1796 marriage document of Ann's prents, William Pedley and Mary Jenny (marriage was 9.12.1796) I think both of them were born around 1775.

Marriage certificate should be online where I found it, but not sure how to attach a document to this post as only joined today. 

Thanks

David